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Baby Loves Tacos

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In the span of a year, Baby Loves Tacos went from cooking on a small portable grill on Penn Avenue to opening their own brick-and-mortar in the heart of Bloomfield. Even a few years later, this place can sell out on any night, so plan to get here well before closing (8pm weekdays, closed weekends). The menu features tacos, burritos, and bowls with specialties like cinnamon brisket and smoked pork, in addition to great vegetarian options like adobo carrots and buffalo cauliflower. It’s basically take-out only since there’s very little standing room, but even if you have to eat out on the sidewalk, it’s worth stopping by for lunch if you’re in or around the neighborhood.

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